Killzone: Shadow Fall
Developer: Guerrilla Games
The jouney towards the release the PS4 and Xbox One has been an eventful one. Join us as we recount the major developments.
The Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 have been through a long journey, from controversies to manufacturing plans, all of these events will be etched in our memories for years to come. It is never easy building a highly anticipated console, knowing that one small mistake could mean a loss of million dollars and not to mention the rage from angry fans. With this in mind we have put together a list that showcases the hard and difficult road for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and the events transpired in between.
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1. In 2007 Sony began a post-mortem analysis of PS3 on what went wrong.
2007 was the year when Sony began to breakdown what went wrong with the PS3, and it was them figuring out their identity on whether they are a software or a hardware company. The hardware guys developed the console rather independently then dumped it onto the software guy’s lap. Sony Computer Entertainment America’s CEO Jack Tretton stated that the PS3 was not developed in collaboration between the development team and the hardware team and this was something they wanted to fix.